She Mak Beat Gafford To Win FUFA Women Elite League Title


Saturday, June 18
•Makerere University 6-0 Asubo Gafford

Makerere University pummeled Asubo Gafford 6-0 to win the 2021/22 FUFA Women Elite League title in a one-sided final played at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium on Saturday.

A hat-trick from Sharon Namatovu and a goal each from Winnie Babirye, Jemima Twesigye and Rebecca Nakasato handed She Mak a commanding victory.

Both finalists had earlier confirmed their promotion to FUFA Women Super League having topped their respective groups.

She Mak celebrate one of the goals. FUFA photo

Gafford topped Victoria Group with 23 points while She Mak finished the season unbeaten in the Victoria Group with 30 points.

“We prepared from the word go, we had a meeting before the league started and set a yard stick for ourselves. And we had issues to fulfill. One was to qualify for Super League, another one was to win the trophy and am happy that both targets have been fulfilled as planned before,” said She Mak coach Fred Ndawula.

“Winning it has not come out of the blue, we have been preparing for this day right from the start and that’s why we have been able to punish our opponent.

“We are ready for the Super League, our management is behind us, and ready to compete in the top flight.”

Champions of FUFA Women Elite League – Makerere University (She Mak)

She Mak and Gafford replace She Maroons and Tooro Queens who were relegated from the FUFA Women Super League last season.

Sharon Namatovu was named the League’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) while his teammate Zahara Nankya takes home the best goalkeeper accolade

Wakiso Hill’s Sylvia Namiwanda finishes as the League’s top goal scorer with 13 goals, with her club taking the Fair Play Award.

Runners Up Asubo Gafford



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